Sainz and Leclerc, coupe versus convertible.
We're all well aware of the incredible abilities of Ferrari's SF90 duo. Both the Spider and the Stradale are stunning machines capable of insane acceleration, and both are beautifully designed. That's what we think of them anyway, but what about Formula One drivers? Well, Ferrari got its two main men behind the wheels of both cars, but rather than having a boring interview that feels like a press conference, Ferrari chose instead to simply show the expressions on their faces while driving the cars, and they look pretty impressed. Watch the video below to see Carlos Sainz Jr. and Charles Leclerc take the insane hypercars for a spin.
The coupe here is fitted with the gorgeous Assetto Fiorano package which drops curb weight by 66 pounds thanks to enhancements like a titanium exhaust system, carbon fiber wheels, and titanium springs. The shock absorbers are upgraded too and are based on those used in Ferrari's GT racing program. Along with a carbon fiber rear spoiler and Michelin Sport Cup 2 tires, you can tell that the package is more than just an appearance upgrade, but at $100,000, it better be. The Spider in the video also looks spectacular with the roof off, and that paint alone has us staring with our jaws on the floor, especially when the car gets a little sideways.
All of the on-track action makes you forget that these supercars are also hybrids that mix a 4.0-liter turbocharged V8 with three electric motors to produce an astonishing 986 horsepower. That makes the SF90 the most powerful Ferrari road car ever made. With all-wheel drive and Ferrari's eight-speed dual-clutch automatic, either car can do 0-62 in just 2.5 seconds with a top speed of 211 mph. We're sure that Sainz and Leclerc have felt more adrenaline flowing through their veins when piloting their F1 cars, but based on the looks on their faces, the SF90 is damn good to drive too.